MUL 2010- Week 4 and 5 notes
MUL 2010- Week 4 and 5 notes MUL 2010
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Baroque (1600-1750) Barocco-misshapen pearl (originally derogatory) Aesthetic ideals: emotion, drama, grandeur, magnificence “age of absolutism” Europe divided into Catholic and Protestant areas Golden age of science o Galileo o Leeuwenhoek o Newton o Scientific method The Venetian School- Gabrieli o Venetian School Catedral San Marco Giovanni Gabrieli (1554-1612) Polychoral Motets: In ecclesis Features of the Baroque music: o Doctrine of affections o Concertato Terraced dynamics Beginnings of multi movement compositions o Beginnings of orchestra Beginnings of modern instruments Dominance of the violin family Stradivarius, Amati, Guarnieri Cremona, Italy Idiomatic writing Dominance of tonality over modality Major/minor keys Basso continuo- figured bass Ornamentation Baroque Opera o Florentine Camerata Count Giovanni de Bardi Monody, later called recitative Jacopo Peri, Giulio Caccini, and Emilio de Cavalieri o First surviving opera,1600, Euridice by Caccini and Peri o First important opera, 1607, orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi Overture Recitative/ aria Ensembles Chorus Instrumental / dance interludes Libretto Problems of Baroque Opera o Concept of synthesis of all artistic expression started to deteriorate Music, drama, art, literature, dance, architecture o Turned into extravagant spectacles o Became the popular music o Use of castrato Question of language o Supertitles or surtitles
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